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Leipzig: Weicher, 1905. 8vo, original printed boards, worn and re-backed in plain cloth with hand printed spine label; inner hinges reinforced. Leipzig: Theodor Weicher, 1905. First edition. A good copy. Ownership signature of art historian Meyer Schapiro, and with many ink and pencil notations throughout, presumably from Schapiro.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1906. Translated into blank verse by William Cullen Bryant. Illustrations, frontispiece in 2 states, colored and uncolored. 4 volumes, 4to, magnificently rebound by the Riverside Press in full green crushed morocco with ornate covers, spines, green leather doublures, inner dentelles, and silk moire flyleaves, top edges gilt. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1906. Fine. Large paper edition. Number 4 of 650 copies.
Paris: Piazza, 1921. 24 mounted color plates (two sets of each plate), both with tissue guards, one lettered. Tall 4to, handsomely bound in 3/4 brown morocco (small scrape on spine), marbled boards with the original pictorial wrappers bound in. Paris: L'Edition d'Art H. Piazza, (1921). Limited Numbered Edition. Very good (+).
London: Woodfall, 1755. Rubricated title page, very thick 4to, original blind stamped brown calf, corners rubbed, rebacked in brown polished calf, red leather spine label. London: Woodfall, 1755. Third edition of Hederich's Greek-Latin Lexicon. In Greek and Latin. Benjamin Hederich was a German dictionary and textbook author, best remembered for this Greek Lexicon which was widely used in the Roman Catholic Church in Europe.